If you haven't started up the TCS then do that first! To startup the system login to lpss12
login: jktobs Password: (the current password is posted in the control room)and type
jktobs@lpss12> obssysin the pink window that popped up. The obssys command lets you choose which system version to run; the white board or your Support Astronomer will tell you what is the appropriate system to select. Then type
jktobs@lpss12> startobssysto startup the system. From this point, you should not have to issue any commands in the XTERM window on lpss12.
Then login to lpss10 (same user, same password) and again type
jktobs@lpss10> obssysand enter the same system version number as on lpss12, and type
jktobs@lpss10> startobssysin the pink window that popped up. This will bring up 5 extra windows:
- the TALKER window, which lists system messages that can be useful if something goes wrong,
- the LOG window, which lists the entries in the automated log file,
- the CCD-MONITOR window, which displays the status of the CCD,
- the TELESCOPE INFODISP window, which displays the status of the telescope,
- the JKT-MIMIC window, which displays a simplified mimic of
the light path in the JAG.
You can set the CCD readout speed (standard/quick/turbo) by typing
SYS> quickwhich you have to do every time the SHUTDOWNOBSSYS command has been used. To set the full readout window use
SYS> window 1 0 0 0 0or, to set the window to the central 500x500 pixels of the SITe2 chip use
SYS> window 1 500 500 262 262where the last two arguments are the X and Y offsets. Type
SYS> zeroset mainfiltto initialize the JAG filter wheel.